We're heading to Newcastle!
We are planning to host an even bigger and better ASM in 2024, with a series of thought-provoking speakers and panelists who will be able to speak to the future of radiation medicine and cancer treatments on a global scale.
In 2023, we embraced the chilly, yet vibrant city of Adelaide for our ASM. But in 2024, we’re thrilled to announce that we’re coming back to our hometown – Newcastle.
Join us for the 2024 TROG ASM as we take you to the iconic Newcastle City Hall. This historic venue is a treasure trove of old-world charm and classic architecture, steeped in prestige and rich history. It has hosted a wide range of social gatherings, and now it’s ready to host you.
Nestled in the heart of Newcastle, the Newcastle City Hall offers more than just an exceptional venue. It’s surrounded by trendy cafes, world-class restaurants, and pristine beaches, all just a stone’s throw away. Explore the local attractions, from the vibrant Darby Street cafe precinct to the picturesque Honeysuckle and Newcastle Harbour.
This year, you can work hard, collaborate, and network at our event, and also take a well-deserved break by immersing yourself in the beauty and culture of Newcastle. Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of an unforgettable ASM experience in a city that’s as dynamic as it is historic.
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In 2022 we re-united members of the health industry in a controlled and safe environment on the Gold Coast. The Gold Coast is a vibrant city of sun, surf and sand hosting world-class beaches and great activities to suit everyone’s interests and that of the family too. We hope you all enjoyed coming back together for our in-person event and gained a lot of valuable insight from our range of speakers and hosted workshops.
The theme of the 2022 ASM was Emerging and Evolving, which explored new ways of thinking about research methodologies, emerging clinical trial concepts, and the continued enhancement of collaborative research capabilities.
Our 2022 ASM hosted a number of keynote speakers as we took a closer look at emerging topics in radiation medicine research. Our ASM hosted more than 250 delegates from Australia and New Zealand, making for an excellent networking and engagement opportunity.
The ASM Program Committee developed a diverse and innovative program, which included collaborative workshops, scientific sessions showcasing ongoing clinical trials, discussion of new clinical trials and future research strategies.
For over 30 years, Trans-Tasman Radiation Oncology Group has been dedicated to improving the way radiation medicine is delivered to cancer patients with ongoing scientific research, clinical trials, and cutting-edge technology.
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